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AFRIDI TRIBAL TREE

Adam Khel

Aka Khel

Kambar Khel

Kamrai

Kuki Khel

Yar Kulli Khel

Malikdin Khel

Sipah

Zakka Khel

Barmi Khel

Khwaidad Khel

Mughal Khel

Shekh Ali Khel

Babakri

Urmuz Khel Abdul Khel Keimal Khel Landi Khel

Budai Nasruddin

Shanai

Amal Khel Azad Khel Khugal Sob Khel Khel Hasan Khel Khwas Khel Kulli Khel Painda Khel Kuzi Khel Tarkial Khel Tor Khel

Ayub Khel Ikhtiyar Khel Musa Khel

Khusrogi Paindai

Ghaibi Khel Jawakai Khel Suran Khel

Annai Pakhai Ziauddin

Aimal Khel Balajhoi Umar Beg Khel Usman Khel

Kambar

Mat Khan Khel

Shpag Pilare

Wand

Dreplari Masti Khel Shekhmal Khel

Miri Khel

Sahib Jan

Sher Gulla

Ambar Khel Bash Khel Khojal Khel Mirzabeg Khel Sarbadar Khel Sher Khel Walli Khel

Daulat Khel

Khabi Khel

Kulla Karna Khel

Malikdin Khel

Abdal Tsalor Mitha Khel Khan Khel Plari

Sikandar Khel

Hasan Khel Allia Khel Durbi Khel Karna Khel Kulla Khel Miran Khel Yar Muhammad Khel Ghalib Khan Khel Kulla Khel Umar Khel

Kamal Khel

Madda Khel Sultan Khel

Ashu Khel Ali Khel Kalla Khel Kandao Khel Mahmadai

Galai

Hasan Khel

Jowaki

Fateh Khel Khadak Khel Madar Khel Umar Khel Asad Khel Hasan Khel Usman Khel

Usman Khel Zakku Khel

Bosti Khel Sharaki Tor Sapar Zargun Khel

Janakhori Tatar Khel

Bazid Khel Haibat Khel Kimat Khel

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PRIMARY LOCATION: Khyber Agency, Peshawar District RELIGION/SECT: Sunni of the Hanafi sect. They are largely illiterate and often follow rituals and practices which originated deep in their pre-Islamic history, unlike orthodox Muslims. RELIGIOUS FACTIONS: The Afridi intellectually align themselves with Barelvi Sunnis faction, while radical mullahs (Mufti Shakir for example) have attracted large Afridi followings with their Deobandi rhetoric. 1 RACE AND TRIBES: Khyber Agency is inhabited by four tribes: the Afridi, Shinwari, Mullagori and Shimani. These hill tribesmen have always been well-armed warriors; they live in mud walled compounds that typically have a watch tower for each compound. Like other Pashtun tribes, these tribes observe their own code of honor. The Pashtun code (Pashtunwali) imposes upon them three chief obligations Nanawateh: to provide asylum to one, even if wrong, who seeks a pardon or safe haven from his enemy; badal: revenge, or the old doctrine of an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, and melmastia, meaning hospitality to all. The Afridi tribe is further divided into eight clearly, distinct clans i.e. Adam Khel, Aka Khel, Kamar Khel, Qamber Khel, Malik Din Khel, Kuki Khel, Zakha Khel and Sepah.

ALLIANCES: Zakka Khel, who reside in the Bazar Valley, are now actively cooperating with the government. 2 FEUDS /POTENTIAL TRIBAL FRACTURE LINES: 3 Shalmanis vs. the Mohmands (unknown origins) Aka Khel vs. Sheikhan of Peshawar (boundary dispute) Aka Khel and the Bezotis of Orakzai (boundary dispute) Aka Khel vs. Matanis of Peshawar (boundary dispute) Malikdin Khels vs. Shekhmal Khel (boundary dispute in the hills of the Surghar) Kuki Khel vs. the Peshawar Development Authority (land acquisition dispute for the Regi Lalma township) Inner-clan rivalries of the Afridi themselves also constitutes a large portion of the tribe's feuds. Most noted of the feuds are those between the Adam Khel and the Aka Khel and between the Kuki Khel and the Zakka Khel. The last-named clan, incidentally, is considered something of an archetype of the Afridis. The Zakka Khel is notoriously untrustworthy, according to historical accounts from the British and other clans. It is reputed to be so untrustworthy, that other khels refuse to accept the word of a Zakka Khel unless he "swears upon the Holy Koran before believing him." 4

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The origins of the Afridi are obscure, but it is generally believed that they were Indian Buddhists of Aryan stock who converted to Islam in the 10th Century. Given their location on the major East-West trade route of the Khyber Pass, there could be traces of Greek, Turkish, Mongol, and other traveling tribes in their ancestry. They have been in their current location longer than the majority of Pashtun tribes. 5 The Afridis are consummate smugglers with an avid interest in trade. 6 Although most of the Khbyer Agency is arid, a large number of the Afridis remain agriculturists. The Khyber and Kohat Passes are commanded by the tribe. There is no known division of the tribe by the Durand Line. The Adam Khel are historically known for gun manufacturing and smuggling throughout the region. Khyber Agency: Khyber Agency is named after the world famous Khyber Pass, which has served as the corridor connecting the Asian sub-continent with the Central Asia through Afghanistan. The location of this pass has given the agency and its people worldwide recognition and has made it the focus of attention of historians interested in this part of the world. The headquarters of the agency is located at Peshawar. Khyber Agency, which forms northwest frontier of Pakistan, has been the

crossroads of multiple foreign invasions throughout its long history as well as of commerce between the Central Asia and the Sub-Continent. It lies across the passage of countless invaders including conquerors like Alexander, Ghengis Khan, Tamerlane and Mahmud Ghaznanvi who shaped the course of history. This historic and renowned international highway was first used by the Aryans coming from the Central Asia (1,600 B.C). The Persians occupied this region in the 6th century B.C and made it a satrapy of the Persian Empire. The next historical episode was the coming of the Greeks under Alexander. Though Alexander himself used a more northerly route yet the major portion of the Greek army under his generals Hephaestion and Perdiccas (326 B.C) came through this area and so did the Bactrians, Scythians and Parthians during the first and second century B.C. In the first century A.D the Kushans set up a Central Asian empire with Peshawar as its capital and the Khyber became an imperial route for regular international traffic. It was during this period that the gentle philosophy of Buddha prevailed in this region and the Buddhist and Greek arts met for the first time in circumstances favorable to their animation, which resulted in producing the world famous Gandhara art. The Kushans were followed in the third century A.D by the Sassanians, an Iranian dynasty which ruled in Gandhara before the advent of the Huns, the famous Phthalates of history who invaded this region, from the heart

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of the Asian continent in the 5th century A.D. The spread of Islam in Central Asia, brought in its wake streak of Muslim conquerors, a vigorous people fired with the idealistic dynamism of Islamic ideology and spirit of adventure. Like their predecessors, they were naturally led eastwards and Khyber Pass saw the rising sun of Islam for the first time in history. The great Muslim conqueror Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni, the most brilliant cavalryman invaded India several times through the Khyber Pass. After Mahmud traveled along this historic high road came Shahabuddin Muhammad Ghori (1185) who established Muslim rule in Delhi for the first time by defeating Prithvi Raj and thus ending the Hindu hegemony in the Sub-Continent for nearly 700 years. They were followed by Amir Taimur the Tamerlane of Marlow (1398) who form his capital in Samarqand and ruled the greater part of southwest Asia with the provincial firmness of a mediaeval despot. He was followed by Zaheer-uddin Babar, one of the most fascinating characters in history, who mingled his blood with the Pashtuns by marrying a Yousafzai girl, Bibi Mubarikah and founded the powerful Mughal Empire in India which lasted three hundred years. In 1739, Nadir Shah Afshar of Persia crossed the Khyber Pass on his way to Delhi when he seized not only the peacock Throne of the Great Mughal emperor with all its entrusted rubies, emeralds and diamonds but also the most valuable treasures, the famous Koh-e Noor diamond that belonged to

the Mughal emperor. Finally Khyber saw the forces of Ahmad Shah Abdali (1747-1773) the founder of modern Afghanistan, the great Afghan conqueror and administrative genius who crushed the power of the Marhattas in one of the decisive battles of Panipat (1761). The vanguard of the British army arrived in Peshawar in 1849 and ended the Sikh rule in the area between the Suleiman Mountains and the Indus. The British annexed Peshawar and other frontier districts as part of the newly annexed province of the Punjab and thus the expansion of the British power over the vast areas of Sub-Continent came close to Khyber. The British came into contact with Khyber Pass during the first Afghan War when one unit of their army advanced on Afghanistan by this route. After the second Afghan War, the British occupied the whole Pass and established a piquet system to safeguard passage through the pass. The Khyber valley saw a great deal of fighting during the second Afghan War in 1878. The Afridis seized the Pass in 1897 and there was a general uprising of Khyber tribes against the British. The British then organized the Tirah Expedition to subdue the tribe and bring them firmly under their control. It was after this campaign that the famous Khyber Rifles were organized. During the third Afghan war (1919), Khyber valley again witnessed a good deal of fighting. According to the British, it was here that they met their equal who looked them

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straight in the face and fought against them up to the last day of their rule. The Pashtun tribes were never completely subjugated and were treated with respect and allowed considerable independence in the internal affairs of the tribes. The inhabitants of Khyber Agency displayed a prominent role in the independence movement of Pakistan. With the establishment of Pakistan under the super leadership of Quaid-eAzam Ali Jinnah and the withdrawal of the British from the Sub-Continent spectacular new era dawned over the length and breadth of the tribal belt along the frontier. MAJOR CLANS: Adam Khel, Aka Khel, Kamari Khel, Kambar Khel, Kuki Khel, Malikdin Khel, Zakka Khel, and Sipah. There is no known division of the tribe by the Durand Line. HISTORICAL HOT SPOTS: 1. The Tirah 2. Khyber Pass 3. Bazar Valley 4. Maidan Bagh MAJOR TOWNS: The headquarters for the Political Agent is in Peshawar, but Assistant Political Agents may be found in Bara, Jamrud, and Landi Kotal. There is also a government presence (Customs house) at Torkham on the Durand Line.

Bagh, located in the Maidan region is the traditional location of the tribal jirgas. Bara, criminals collect to the north and east of this town, across the border in Peshawar. Darra Adam Khel, located in Kohat, is an Afridi town known for small arms manufacturing. Ilm Gudr (Alamgudar) under the control of the Sipah, is known for its gun factories. Jamrud, Assistant Political Agent's headquarters of the Khyber Agency. Shalobar, under the control of the Kambar Khel, is known for an abundance of criminals.

TERRAIN AND CLIMATE: Terrain: FATA is situated between the latitudes of 31° and 35° North, and the longitudes of 69° 15' and 71° 50' East, stretching for maximum length of approximately 450 kilometers and spanning more than 250 kilometers at its widest point. Spread over a reported area of 27,220 square kilometers, it is bounded on the north by the district of Lower Dir in the NWFP, and on the east by the NWFP districts of Bannu, Charsadda, Dera Ismail Khan, Karak, Kohat, Lakki Marwat, Malakand, Nowshera and Peshawar. On the south-east, FATA joins the district of Dera Ghazi Khan in the Punjab province, while the Musa Khel and Zhob districts of Balochistan are situated to the south. To the west lies Afghanistan. The central region covers the Khyber, Kurram and Orakzai agencies, and the FRs of Kohat and Peshawar. Here, the

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Safid Koh Mountains rise from the Terimangal pass and stretch eastward, reaching an elevation of 3,600 meters. The Sikaram, at 4,760 meters, is the tallest peak in this range. The Kurram River flows north-west to south-east, entering North Waziristan below the town of Thal in the Hangu district of the NWFP, and eventually joining the Indus River. In Orakzai Agency, the Khanki and Mastura streams flow to the east to meet the Bara River. The towns of Bara and Khajuri form a plains area from where the Bara River and its tributaries join the Kabul River near Peshawar. To the north of the Kabul River stand the Mullagori and Shilman hills. The fertile Bara, Khanki, Kurram and Mastura valleys contain the most extensively cultivated land in FATA. KEY TERRAIN FEATURES: VALLEYS: Bazar, Churah, Gudar, Lashora, Maidan, Rajgal, Waran PLAINS: Kajuri MOUNTAINS: Sur Ghar Range RIVERS: Khyber, Bara, Chora, Rajgal CHOKE POINTS: Motor transport in and out of the Tirah is limited. The principle route from Peshawar and Orakzai into the Tirah is the Mastura valley, via the Arhanga Pass (approx. 78 km). It may also be accessed up the Bara valley to Mustak, where the road ends. There are similar dirt roads up the Bazar and Chorah. There are plans to continue the roads to Bukar and onward via Dwa Toi and Maidan to Haider Kandao in the Kurram Agency.

WEATHER: A high of 105° F in the summer and a low of 33° F in the winter. Modest rainfall in July and August (summer) and January and February (winter), with snow at higher elevations. MIGRATORY PATTERNS: Summer in the Tirah, primarily in the Maidan and Rajgal valleys. Winter in the Kajuri plain, in the Kohat district, and other areas near Peshawar. The Adam Khel do not migrate. 7 INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP: Khyber is nominally under the influence of the Maliks, Khassadars and Lundgi holders (Sufaidresh), who all have little respect for formal authority. The tribal administration and system of justice is based on the concept of territorial, tribal (collective) and protective responsibility. Adjudication is through the Jirga system, which is something the tribesmen comprehend and accept. The substantive law is the Pakistan Panel Code whereas the Frontiers Crimes Regulation is the procedural law. Many maliks live in Peshawar, however, and rarely visit their tribal areas. They work closely with the Political Agent, though, and maintain their roles as financial conduits for government money/projects, and their loyalty/obedience is strongly motivated by monetary payments -an arrangement that has sewn frustration and discontent among lower level tribal leaders who now see many maliks as being more interested in filling their

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own coffers than in serving the broader interests of the tribe. 7 The Malik system was introduced by the British to encourage pro-government and pro-administration tribal elders to exercise a strong hold and influence over their tribes. The Maliks used to work as medium between the administration and "Quam". The British had realized that they could not subjugate the independent and fierce character of the tribes by force only and therefore the Maliki system was introduced which not only sent a message to the tribes that any body loyal and accommodating would have a special status, but also, that cooperation with the government would entail regular benefits, recognition and of course influence in the tribe. A Maliki is hereditary and devolves on the son, and his son so on and so forth. In Khyber there are 24 Maliks receiving Rs. 1,811,619 per annum as allowances, Sub-tribe-wise break-up of Maliks are as under: Zakha Qamber 6 3 Khel Khel Malikdin Aka 2 2 Sepah 1 Khel Khel Kamar Khel 2 Shinwari 3 Mullagori 1 Kuki Khel 4

departments in the agency. The agency has three Sub Divisions vis-à-vis Landi Kotal, Jamrud and Bara with three Assistant Political Agents, seven Tehsildars and a number of other administrative functionaries. The headquarters of the Political Agent is at Peshawar but has also a Camp Office/Residence at Landi Kotal. The Assistant Political Agents have their headquarters at Landi Kotal, Jamrud and Bara respectively. INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP: Nominally under the control of maliks, they have little respect for formal authority. Many maliks live in Peshawar and rarely visit their tribal areas. They work closely with the government and their role is one of financial conduit for government money/projects and not one of leadership. Obedience is driven by monetary payments. 8 KHASSADARS: In the twenties, the British Rulers intended to open strategic roads in different agencies. In an attempt to guarantee the protection of the road, the British agreed to give allowances to the tribes in the form of Khassadars. Accordingly each tribe/sub-tribe, through whose area the road was to pass, were given a certain number of Khassadars who were to be paid out of the allowances given to the tribe for the opening of the road. Like-wise, the Khassadars were raised in Khyber as well in the year 1920. The Khassadars are generally ill disciplined, mostly un-trained and are a

ADMINISTRATIVE SETUP: The Political Agent is the head of the agency. He functions as a District Magistrate and Session Judge and also as a Coordinator who coordinates the functions of all the nation building

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loosely organized force who are armed with the own weapon and have to use their own ammunition. They are the representative of the tribe to whom they owe loyalties rather than to the Political Agent or Agency Administration. Every agency has its own rules and conventions for the Khassadar service. They are also a non-pensionable force. In Khyber there are 3264 Khassadars ranging in ranks from Sepoy at the lowest to Subedar Major. They are appointed by the Political Agent who is their Commanding Officer as well. The recruitment is made from amongst the local tribes in the ratio of their tribal distribution which is known as Nikat.

References:

1) Abbas, Hassan. Profiles of Pakistan's Seven Tribal Agencies, Jamestown Foundation, Washington, DC 2006. (www.jamestown.org/news_details.php?news_i d=202) 2) Khan, Teepu Mahabat, Land of the Khyber. Uzbek Publishers. Peshawar, 2004. 3) Ibid. 4) Spain, James W. The Way of the Pathans, Oxford University Press, Pakistan, 1973. 5) Wylly, H.C. From the Black Mountain to Waziristan. Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore, Pakistan 1912. 6) Tribal Hierarchy & Dictionary of Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas. (First Edition). NGA Office of Counterterrorism, 2005 7) A Dictionary of The Pathan Tribes on The North-West Frontier of India, 1st Edition, General Army Staff Headquarters, Calcutta, India 1910. 8) Ahmed, Akbar S. Social and Economic Change in the Tribal Areas, 1972-1976, Oxford University Press, London, UK 1977.

Local Leaders: Akbar Khan / Afridi Guncha Gul / Kuki Khel Nasim Afridi / Afridi Maulana Khalilur Rehman / Mulagori Inyat Khan / Shinwari PERMANENT ARMY/ FRONTIER CORPS/SCOUT LOCATIONS: Shagai Fort, Khyber Rifles. Landi Kotal, the regimental headquarters of the Khyber Rifles. Near Bara, Mahsud Scouts.

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Afridi

Population (FATA, 1998) Agency/FR Area (sq km) Khyber

Agency/FR Khyber

Population (total) 546,730

Population density (persons per sq km) 212

Male Female

Annual growth rate, 1981­98 (%) 3.92

Ratio* 109

2,576

Total 546,730

Population by gender (FATA, 1998) 284,602 262,128

Agency Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber

Tehsil Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara

Tribe Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi

Sub-Tribe Shalobar Qambar Zandin Zakh Sepah Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Kamar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Zandin Zakh Khel Aka Khel Malik Din Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Kamar Khel Kamar Khel Sepah Adam Khel Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Zakha Khel Malik Din Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel

Location Abad Akbar Afzal Khel Kandai Akhun Kili Alam Khel Alam Khel (second listing) Allah Dhand Amin Shah Kili Anwar abad Arjali Nadai Ashraf Kill Attari Ayub Kili Azram Kili Babar Khel Kandai Badi Attari Kili Bar Daulal Khel Baran Dhand Barmar Khan Khel Baz Garha Starra (large) Baz Garha Wara (small) Baz Mohd Kili Bazi Khel Bera Dhand Bhoolan Bookar Chargai Dagarri Cheerlangi Cherlango Darya Khan Kill

Latitude

Longitude

34.465 33.1861

71.0444 71.1694

Population 676 1472 2304 1421 774 1144 173 247 1886 1476 910 1377 865 2693 665 574 546 333 762 757 361 898 547 2582 2144 780 1268 1186 1891

32.3041

69.5972

33.9091

71.2658

32.8516

70.7166

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Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber

Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara

Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi

Malik Din Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Sepah Zandin Zakh Khel Malik Din Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Adam Khel Malik Din Khel Sepah Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Kamar Khel Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Malik Din Khel Adam Khel Aka Khel Sepah Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Malik Din Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Sepah Malik Din Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel

Baulat Khel Jumat Donga Shah Wall Dor Kili Dosli Khel Kandai Dozi Kili Nala Faqir Dhand Farash Kili Farid Khel Fort Sloop Camp Gandao Kili Gandao Zarif Kili Gary Kili Gedarro Bazar Ghaibi Nekai Ghandal Khan Kili Ghati Tapai Ghulam Rahim Kili Ghundai Kama Khel Gohar Khel Gul Afzal Kili Gul Badshah Kili Gul Mohd Kili Gul Zaman Kili H. Juma Khan Kili haider Gul Kili Haji Inayat Kili Haji Lal Jan Kili Haji Zarif Kili Hakim Khan Kili Har Kula Khel Hazrat Shah Kili Hisara Khawar Jalal Abad Jamal Baz Kili Jan khan Kili Jehaz Ground Jhansi Fort Joshi Hiqab Gul Kili Juma Baz Kili Kaga Ghaga Kagano Kamar Kalana Kama Khel Karawal Barami Karigar Garhi Karim Abad Khaista Khan Kili Khan Ahmad Kili

32.6127

70.4988

32.6294

70.7511

34.1308

71.4377

33.8005

70.7044

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Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara

Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi

Malik Din Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Kamar Khel Zandin Zakh Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Sepah Aka Khel Malik Din Khel Sepah Kamar Khel Sepah Aka Khel Sepah Sepah Kamar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Zakha Khel Sepah Aka Khel Kuki Khail Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Kamar Khel Malik Din Khel Bara Aka Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Aka Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Aka Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel

Khan Bi Khelo Mela Khan Mohd Kili Khatam Shah Kili Khatinai Khawaja Khail Khawaja Khel Khawana Ziarat Khawata Khel Khushki Malbey Area Kohi Kili Kula Khel Karawal Lalai Kas Lar Kala Khel Lari Kili Mada Khel Kili Madagali Allari Maidan Kili Maira Malang Garhi Malik Faqir Khan Kili Malik Garhi Malik Garhi Karkana Jat Malik Shin Akbar Kili Malikm Wasis Khan Kili Mandate Kass Mandi Kass Marey Kili Mehraban Kalai Mergi Khel Milwat Camp Mir Din Dhand Mir Khan Khail Miro Dara Miro Khel Kandao Mirzabi Khail Misry Khel Mela Mohammad Kili Mohd Akbar Kili Mohd Akbar Kili Mohd Hashim Kili Mohd Khan Kili Mohmand Kili Mokhai Dhand Molvi Salamat Shah Kili Morcho Khawara Mutabar Kili Nabi abad Nala Khawara

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70.6969

34.3777 32.483

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Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi

Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Kamar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Kuki Khail Malik Din Khel Malik Din Khel Kamar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bara Kuki Khail Shalobar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Aka Khel Bar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Sepah Aka Khel Sepah Sepah Malik Din Khel Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Bara Adam Khel

Nala Pecket Narhao Navey Kamar Nazir Khan Kili Nehar Ghara (Bank) Kili Nehar Kili Nehar Tandel Noor Ahmad Kili Noor Bano Kalai Ocha Pail Ochey Garay Ochpul Pabbi Khei Paky Tarra Pari Attari Pipal Garhi Pordil Kili Qambar Abad Qambar Abad Bazar Qambar Abad Market Qambar Khel Kili Qazi Abad Qazi Kili Rahim Gul Kili Rajgal Rajgal Rehman Kili Rehmat Ulla Dhand Said Ahmad Shah Kili Said Akbar Kili Said Bad Shah Kili Said Badshah Kili Said Malang Kili Said Muhammad Kili Saidan Kili Saidi Kili Sam Baba Area Samand Khan Kalai Samandar Kili Samandar Kili Sanda Chap Kili Sandai Kili Sandana Sar Dhand Sari Kili Sarmast Kili Savi Kot Seen Gass

33.8233

70.6788

32.4194

69.4755

32.9969 33.6875

70.5666 70.5816

33.05

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Updated: 6 February 2009

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Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber Khyber

Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara Bara

Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi Afridi

Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Zakha Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Bara Shalobar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Kamar khel Zakha Khel Bar Qambar Khel Bara Aka Khel Sepah Sepah Bara Shalobar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Sepah Kamar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Bara Kamar Khel Sepah Bar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Bar Qambar Khel Malik Din Khel Bar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Sepah Shalobar Qambar Khel Shalobar Qambar Khel Aka Khel Aka Khel Sepah Aka Khel Sepah Sepah

Shah Kass Area Shah Kass Kili Shah Khel Shalobar Kili Shamsher Khail Sheen Kamar Sheikh Mali Sher Kali Sher Rehman Kili Shinki Kamar Silk Abad Sookh Sorai Kandao Spin Dhand Spin Drand Spin Qabar Spin Qabar No. 1 Spin Qabar No.2 Sra Shaga Suhbat Dhand Sultan Khel Sur Kamar Surki Kamar Swati Kili Takhtakai Takya Kili Takya Qaumi Masjid Tan Tanda China Tandi Kili Toolki Dhand Toor Khel Toor Toot Umer Khel Wali Abad Wara Tapai Warmando Khawara Warsak Yar Mohd Kili Yar Shah Kili Yaseen Kili Yousaf Talab Zawa Kili Ziarat Garhi Zulfiqar Garhi

33.9266

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33.9305

71.0833

33.6194

70.6197

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Updated: 6 February 2009

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